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IPPF upholds a vision within which all women, men, and young people have access to the sexual and reproductive health information and services they need; a world in which sexuality is recognized both as a natural and precious aspect of life and as a fundamental right; a world in which choices...Read more
Reaching Out is a quarterly newsletter we send to our donors. In this edition, Regional Director Carmen Barroso recounts a recent visit to favelas in Brazil where our local Member Association, BEMFAM, is empowering young people to lead healthy lives. You will also meet one of our donors, Peter...Read more
In this report, you will learn how IPPF/WHR is tackling some of the toughest challenges facing communities today -- like HIV/AIDS, sexual violence, and maternal mortality. You will find the stories of young people in Guatemala who are empowering others with the information and tools they need to...Read more
Reaching Out is a quarterly newsletter we send to our donors. In this edition, the Chair of the International Planned Parenthood Council, Alexander Sanger, examines the recent attempts to undermine women’s reproductive health and rights. It also the stories of staff and volunteers who are...Read more
This publication features success stories from the Joining Forces for Voice and Accountability Initiative, a project that strengthens the capacity of civil society organizations to hold...Read more
This white paper evaluates the progress made on sexual and reproductive health and family planning in Latin America and the Caribbean. It examines national and regional trends in the context of USAID’s graduation policy and argues that the United States should continue to invest in sexual and...Read more
This publication is drawn from a pilot project implemented by IPPF/WHR and the International Budget Partnership to determine the extent to which governments fulfill international commitments to reduce maternal mortality. The research was carried out in Costa Rica,
This manual helps facilitate the process of incorporating simple budget analysis and tracking elements in advocacy planning. It offers a way to determine the steps needed to identify and monitor specific areas of expenditure that contribute to achieving the political change.
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This report details the innovative projects we carried out in Latin America and the Caribbean in 2009. This includes programs that empower vulnerable street youth in Guatemala and Bolivia, preventing unsafe abortions and maternal deaths in Uruguay and Mexico, and tackling the HIV crisis in...Read more